18 Replies to “MAJESTIC IS THE WORD”

    1. I love tree’s too and I have a lot of respect for them, I see them as living beings and it hurts seeing people chopping them down just like that !!!

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        1. OMG that is not a lot. Here in Belgium we have a law that says you have to ask the counsel first if you want to remove a tree otherwise you pay a hefty fine. Old tree’s and slow growing tree’s cannot be cut down anymore not even if they are in your own garden.

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          1. It is helpful – hopeful that other places respect trees more – living in the mountains of Maine for 23 years – I have been in a perpetual state of grieving for tree slaughter – this winter I escaped to the mountains of Mexico and here they leave the junipers alone. And only dead trees can be taken from the forests near-by – what relief – not a day goes by when I am not aware of my junipers.

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            1. It makes me angry that there is still not a lot of respect for nature, not everyone ofcourse but there are a lot of people who just don’t care.

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                  1. Don’t forget the many woman haters that supported them. Just think, 53 percent of white women in the US voted for the idiot that we are supposed to call president – needless to say, I am not one.

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